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S366 vs H2e

I'm debating between these two, my plan is likely to get 238/100's.

The price between the t4 kit with turbo and the h2e kit with turbo are minor but.

Irate says with 238's you should have a wastegate which adds ~800.

H2e kits I've seen never say specs on the turbo. Whether they are modded and if so how.

Swamps has both the kit and single turbo for the h2e. Their H2e page says it's modded but their whole kit says nothing about any mods to the turbo.

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An H2e can be modded to a 66mm, a 71mm and a 74mm wheel... You can run a 15cm housing, a 17cm housing and a 19cm housing... There are 21cm housings and larger as well (exhaust housings to be clear)...

The H2e is a tough son of a *****...

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An H2e can be modded to a 66mm, a 71mm and a 74mm wheel... You can run a 15cm housing, a 17cm housing and a 19cm housing... There are 21cm housings and larger as well (exhaust housings to be clear)...

The H2e is a tough son of a *****...
Okay that's about what I thought. So when you buy a kit from swamps or hypermax. What are the specs on the h2e that you get. Swamps lists a molded h2e separately but they give no info on the turbo included in the kit

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Talk to Barter Turbo Service...

Most standard H2e's are a 62mm IIRC... A "standard" modded one is a 66mm...

Just have to call them and ask. But for a set up like yours I dont think you can go wrong with a 66mm...

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From my research I agree I think 66mm. And a 19cm exhaust.

I couldnt find a barter turbo. I did find a Barder turbo though. They seem not too bad.

If the turbo in the swamps/hypermax kit is just the 62mm stock one I'll talk to my one local rebuilder he's pretty awesome, can machine and balance and stands by his work.

I'm sure the big guys from the states are better, but border fees and time make staying north of the border worth it in some cases.

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Ideally I would just build the kit myself off my spare motor but I don't have the time it would take me months to get it done.

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Does the h2e fit the normal t4 mount or is it a t4i? I plan on doing something like this too but it's a while down the road. And it is Barder, I think Joe just misspelled it.

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Nevermind....answered my own question. Didn't realize Swamps made a whole kit with the IC pipes and everything.

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H2e is a T4i...

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